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June 27 2017

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Six Bits Under: Leben und Tod im Netz

Ende Mai war ein Urteil zum digitalen Nachlass in allen Nachrichten: In zweiter Instanz hatte das Berliner Kammergericht entschieden, dass Facebook den Eltern einer verstorbenen Nutzerin keinen Zugang zu ihrem Konto ermöglichen muss.

Die Begründung: Gegen den Zugriff der Eltern stehen die Rechte der Kommunikationspartner ihrer Tochter. Insbesondere das Fernmeldegeheimnis verhindere den Zugriff. Doch viele Fragen blieben offen, zum Beispiel, ob ein Facebook-Konto vererblich ist.

Spuren hinterlassen

Menschen schreiben ins Netz, twittern, posten, laden Fotos und Videos hoch. Sie kommunizieren und dokumentieren ihr Leben online. Zusätzlich zu Social Media-Konten gibt es immer mehr virtuelles Erbe. Doch was passiert damit nach dem Tod? Die Daten bleiben erhalten. Wollen wir es nicht auch teilweise? Spuren hinterlassen – auch im Netz? Und somit das endliche Leben digital verlängern?

In einer Stunde Breitband-Talk sprechen wir über Leben und Sterben im Netz. Was bleibt dort von uns? Wie gehen Unternehmen, Versicherungen und Justiz derzeit mit virtuellem Nachlass um? Inwiefern unterscheidet sich digitales Erbe vom analogen? Kann das Internet die menschliche Endlichkeit überwinden?

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June 23 2017

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Wenn die Steuerung vom Kopf der Fahrerin zu irgendwelchen -auch weit entfernten- Microchips verschoben wird, dann ist am Ausfluss von Daten nichts zu ändern.
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Something that was finished a few month ago: Yharnam’s bestseller “How to pick up fair maidens”, my convention helper book. Perfect for storing snacks, convention tickets, business cards and even drinks.

Made out of cardboard, leather, acrylic paint, glue and thread.

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    not sure if and how this video is cut, but if Mr Muscle (who weighs twice as much and is almost a foot taller) pushes first (uses physical force) her reaction is okay to me

    and yes: great kick!
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    Her name is Joan Trumpauer Mulholland. Her family disowned her for her activism. After her first arrest, she was tested for mental illness, because Virginia law enforcement couldn’t think of any other reason why a white Virginian girl would want to fight for civil rights.

    She also created the Joan Trumpauer Mullholland Foundation. Most recently, she was interviewed on Samatha Bee’s Full Frontal on February 15 for their segment on Black History Month.
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    ..the Shakira Law to rule them all..
    Definitely no fake news!!!!
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    Mysterious Wooden Characters Adorned with Leaves and Nails by Jaime Molina

    Heads facing downward, eyes closed, the figures inhabiting the world of painter and sculptor Jaime Molina (previously) seem to be in a state of deep contemplation or sorrow. Or maybe they’re just hungover and taking a nap. The mystery is part of Molina’s intention as he assembles these strange characters from found wood to inhabit his fictional world called “Cutty Town” — he refers to the objects themselves as “Cuttys”. At once strangely familiar and approachable, the pieces sprout hairdos of bent nails, cacti, and leaves that add more questions left only to the viewer to answer.

    The Colorado-based based artist most recently exhibited several works with Stefanie Chefas Projects in Portland and Galería UNION in Buenos Aires, and he has a few works available through Thinkspace Gallery. (via Juxtapoz, Creators Project)

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